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Re: is Fedora 12 alpha for x86_64 burnable and usable?



Robert P. J. Day wrote:
  i downloaded Fedora-12-Alpha-x86_64-DVD.iso, it seems to be fine,
"isovfy" looks good, the sha256sum checksum matches, it's "-o loop"
mountable, but i've tried twice to use k3b to burn it to DVD and the
result is a DVD that *visually* looks like it's had something burned
to it but two different machines claim that the DVD is blank and
refuse to mount it.

  i've never had this difficulty before with downloading and burning
fedora DVDs.  thoughts?

rday

p.s.  not surprisingly, i can't boot from a "burned" DVD since it
simply appears blank.

p.p.s.  for the first time, i'm using a different brand of DVD --
imation DVD+R.  i hesitate to blame the media but ... who knows?
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I burned and used it with no problems. Try brand name media and your k3b settings (DAO, speed, etc.)


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